The great American anthropologist Margaret Mead said, “We are continually faced with great opportunities which are brilliantly disguised as unsolvable problems.”
That is the philosophy that I embraced as a child. From a very early age I understood that even if they were less desirable, there were always options.
Whenever I find myself feeling limited or restricted, I think back to some of the defining moments in my life.
During those times I needed so desperately to have some hope of escaping what was happening that I would create every possible scenario I could think of.
Truly, some were very unrealistic, but it did
not matter, everything got equal consideration.
Then I would sort out what seemed to be the most reasonable course of action and always trusted my heart to guide me. I knew how I was feeling could not be wrong.
That brought me to where I am today, trusting and believing that anything and everything is possible.